Garfagnana food : Your guide to eating out in the region
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Pictures of this restaurant (2)La Terrazza, Albiano Barga -
Twelve of us all ordering pizza at once stretched the four-pizza oven, but then authentic pizza doesn`t come in batches of 12. And it was authentic as ever. Worth going out of your way for, and we don`t have to, whoohoo! Still not venturing back to the house white but the pinot was lovely. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)La Cantina, Ghivizzano -
We were surprised by how few other diners there were for supper mid-week in August. Not at all like the previous year. Credit crunch? Nevertheless, the food and service were up to the normal good standard and we enjoyed a very pleasant meal outside. Tortelli ragu and pappardelle chingiale were brilliant starters, as was `fritto misto` for the secondo. House wine (white) light and crisp. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)Il Flamingo, Gallicano -
We had great pizza, nice and thin, well cooked and generously filled and T-bones the way you only get in Italy. Washed down with a very respectable house white. Shame about the venue, but, as you will see, the owners are moving to better premises. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (1)Bar Roma, Ponte a Moriano -
It is easy to see why this is the truckers` favourite. The welcome is warn, yet the bar is air-conditioned. Good coffee and a wide selection of cakes/sandwiches. Outside seating. Finding this is going to be difficult with the new road trying to divert you at every turn, but persevere: it is worth it. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)La Cantina, Ghivizzano -
We re-discovered La Cantina this week, in the sense that we went for a weekday lunch and had the €10/head set menu, which is what we had done in its old location 10+ years ago and so marvelled at the value for money. There was plenty of variety in the menu - I think 5 starters and 5 mains and 3 sides. The pappardelle with squid as a starter was really delicious. House white was suitably dry and crisp. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)Fratelli Lucchesi, Barga -
As ever a delight. Beautiful pastry and `valdostana`. Piping hot cappucini. Friendly service. - Tim

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